Raising a Grievance
Raising a grievance at work is often both difficult and stressful. If you are unhappy at work or with aspects of your employment conditions it is advisable to raise the matter as a formal or informal grievance with your employer in order to get the matter resolved.
However, you may feel that by making a complaint you are potentially creating issues for others, or that your employer will treat you less favourably as a result of your complaint. It is a delicate situation for you to consider and not something you should take lightly.
It is important to understand that the employment grievance process involves an official procedure and formal meetings. This can be intimidating to some employees who often feel under pressure to justify their complaint. It’s therefore strongly recommended to seek advice from a specialist Employment Solicitor before beginning the process.
If you find yourself in a situation involving your employment, Harold G Walker Solicitors can offer the advice and guidance to help you through the grievance procedure at work and the process this involves. The team of specialist Employment Law Solicitors have the expertise and in-depth knowledge of the grievance procedure to support you with a strong legal position. They will handle your case with a sensitive and professional approach and aim to secure the best possible outcome for you.
For further information regarding a grievance procedure at work, please contact a member of the Employment team.